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Fred Neudoerffer is a current co-leader of the Choose Cohoes for Art committee as well as Chair for the Cohoes Artist Showcase. He is the owner of NeuStudios, LLC, which showcases products, services and great ideas through photography and related creative services. Fred is also the volunteer director of The JRM Artists’ Space @ The National Bottle Museum in Ballston Spa.
As an artist, Fred has been creating art through photography for many years. His art is primarily project based and some projects can carry on for many years, in search of images, specific to a project. He has shown his work in many galleries in the North East.
His commercial and art images can be seen at and


Dave Koschnick is a mostly self-trained photographer. He has been influenced by many varied photographers - ranging from American photographic giants Edward Weston and Ansel Adams; to Adirondack greats Seneca Ray Stoddard, Nathan Farb, and Carl Heilman; and the offbeat Duane Michals.

Dave has been experimenting in the medium for over 40 years. Many of Dave's landscape and wildlife photographs form a personal journal of his extensive hiking and canoeing trips through the Adirondack Mountains.

Dave and Anne Marie are partners in Junkyard Watchdog Arts and you can find more samples of their work at their web site -


Lansing V. Ten Eyck, III

Committee Member Choose Art for Cohoes
Former Model and Rock Photographer
Pen & Ink, Pencil Artist
Writer and Newsletter Designer
Awarded Art Invitational – 3-D Design CGCC

Ed Tremblay

Ed Tremblay is the executive director of Cohoes Local Development Corporation, a 501 c3 non profit whose mission is to bolster economic development in Cohoes.  Choose Cohoes for Arts is the vehicle designed to encourage arts in this small city.  Ed is an amateur photographer who appreciates fine art and has donated time in several non profit groups that promote art.  Ed was a charter member of the Cohoes Performing Arts Booster Club.  This was a non profit designed to promote the Arts in the Cohoes School District.  Ed is also the former Vice President and Board member of Youth Ballet Company And Dance Eclectic, Inc of Clifton Park.  Ed spent over 25 years in the banking industry and has worked for the City of Cohoes for ten years.


Natalie Boburka
Natalie Boburka-Art on

I have lived in different parts of New York State my whole life, and have been seriously creating art since I was 15.  My husband is a musician and we work creatively from our studio/class space/gallery “Boburka Studios” in Cohoes, NY.  Our first studio was located at Harmony Mills prior to it being renovated as lofts.  We were happy to be back in a mill building located on McElwain.  I have lived in Round Lake for the past 22 years, and I have been a visual arts teacher in the Schenectady School District and taught at every grade level for the past 25 years.  I have been creating art for the past 35 years, and in the past nine or so years, I have been able to put more concentrated time and energy into exhibiting my work.   During my first months in Cohoes I was invited to enter the Cohoes Artist Showcase, and entered again the next year.  After helping last year with building panels and other tasks I decided to join the Choose Cohoes for Art Committee and have been part of the committee for the past year.  I am interested in continuing to grow the Scholarship fund that we started this year.


Kathy Klompas

Kathryn Klompas is the owner of Ragged Edge Printmaking Studio on Remsen Street in the heart of Cohoes, a fully equipped art studio with complete facilities for green printmaking.
Her art explores the expressive use of color, mark-making and surface design on paper and textiles, employing printmaking on paper and fabric, stitching and mixed media collage.  Observing patterns, textures and structures through the lens of a camera often influences and informs her art.

Kathy finds sharing her studio space with other artists is inspiring and energizing.   She regularly invites other artists to come together, offering supportive space for diverse creative work across the Cohoes regional art community.

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